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4 July 2012

Where to go this weekend for fine food

RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show

3rd – 8th July 2012
In addition to the usual garden displays, this year the event has added a new section – Great Tastes Market and Artisan Food.
Featuring award-winning food and drink producers from Great Taste, the market offers visitors the chance to taste and buy from these artisan producers. Come and talk to the makers and hear first hand how it’s made and how you can you enjoy it.

The Artisan Food trail producers that will be at this event are:

Handmade luxury fudge hand-crafted to a special recipe for 25 years using traditional methods and a lot of love.

For more information about the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show visit the website

Taste of Edinburgh

6th – 8th July 2012
Each year Taste of Edinburgh brings together not just restaurants and food and wine suppliers, but a line-up of innovative and interactive programmes on cooking and eating as well as a producers' market.

The Artisan Food trail producer that will be at this event is:

Trotter's Independent Condiments
Purveyor of unusual, delicious and seasonal condiments based in Fife. Mr. Trotter says “my condiments are the finest and most tasty in all the land, but I am biased so don’t take my word for it, find out for yourself”

For more information about Taste of Edinburgh visit the website

Dorset Seafood Festival

7th – 8th July 2012
Weymouth harbour is the perfect backdrop to the annual Dorset Seafood Festival. With over 80 stalls, mouth-watering seafood menus, celebrity chefs, Pommery champagne, local ales and a fabulous atmosphere, the festival also raises money for The Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen.

The Artisan Food trail producers that will be at this event are:

Yorkshire artisan maker of fine fruit vinegars and herb jellies. Balanced recipes allow maximum versatility in the kitchen ensuring that the true aromas of all the flavours shine through.

Producers of amazing award winning hot air roasted nut snacks – made with 100% natural ingredients and each with their own unique flavour twist.

For more information about the Dorset Seafood Festival visit the website

North East Chilli Fest

7th – 8th July 2012
The UK's hottest chilli producers will be heading to the north east this for this event. You will be able to feast your eyes on hot chilli sauces, pickles, chutneys, oils and more. Plus pick up great UK-grown chillies too.
There will be lots to do, including food to go, picnic areas, great music, family activities and more. And of course you get to see the magnificent grounds of Seaton Delaval Hall.

The Artisan Food trail producers that will be at this event are:

Situated in Chawston, Bedfordshire where market gardens are abundant and growing delicious vegetables is simply a way of life. Passionate, slightly obsessive chilli growers.

David's Chilli Oil
A rich, exotic, healthy and intensely flavoured chilli oil perfect for drizzling over food, cooking, marinating and dipping. Made with quality produce from the Cotswolds.

For more information about the NE Chilli Fest visit the website

Heveningham Country Fair

8th July 2012
Heveningham Hall is an 18th century estate set in the heart of Suffolk. The Fair has been running for 15 years and last year over 10,000 people attended. All proceeds go to charity and there is something for everyone.
The Country Fair always has a wonderful selection of food and drink for you to buy and take home. The producers at the Fair all supply the finest quality local or home made produce so you're sure to be impressed.

The Artisan Food trail producers that will be at this event are:

A small family run and owned smokehouse on the Suffolk coast producing award-winning smoked food, made in small quantities to ensure quality and freshness!

Award winning ices are handmade on their fruit farm in Suffolk to a traditional family recipe. Made with only fruit, cream and sugar, they are naturally delicious.

For more information about the Heveningham Country Fair visit the website

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